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2kVeilsideGTS
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2kVeilsideGTS Oct 7, 10:56pm - #294078 

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New sound system! 7inch speakers fit in doors?

Anyone know how hard it would be to squeeze some kenwood KFC-XR701 in the back and KFC-XR71P's in the front? they are 7inch speakers and im not sure how much room their is in the door and i don't exactly wanna rip it apart and messure it. Anyhelp would rock thanks

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Psquared
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Psquared Oct 7, 11:00pm - #294079 
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Well, I have 6 1/2's...but that required making a panel out of MDF not only for the mounting depth, but because when you take out the stock speaker...you remove the whole plastic piece the stock speaker is mounted to. I think you could do it, it would just take some eyeballing when you cut a replacement panel to get the speaker to fit.
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Brian63 Oct 8, 1:54am - #294080 

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When I replaced my stock highs my Alpine Type Rs fit just fine. I didn't have to do any extra modifications fot then to fit.
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osiris999 Oct 8, 3:26pm - #294081 
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you dont need rear fill its pointless
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